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Native American Festival in Columbia | PHOTOS

Chris Eagle Hawk of Rockville, who is a member of the Oglala Lakota and Taos Pueblo tribes, performs a traditional duck. and dive dance at the Native American festival, which was held at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library today. November 6, 2021
(Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)

Native American Festival in Columbia | PHOTOS

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The Native American Festival was held at the East Columbia Branch of the Howard County Library System on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021.
Native American Festival In Columbia
Chris Eagle Hawk of Rockville, a member of the Oglala Lakota and Taos Pueblo tribes, performs a traditional duck and dive dance at the Native American festival which was held at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Chris Eagle Hawk of Rockville, a member of the Oglala Lakota and Taos Pueblo tribes, performs a traditional duck and dive dance at the Native American festival which was held at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Chris Eagle Hawk of Rockville, who is a member of the Oglala Lakota and Taos Pueblo tribes, performs a traditional duck. and dive dance at the Native American festival, which was held at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library today. November 6, 2021
Chris Eagle Hawk of Rockville, who is a member of the Oglala Lakota and Taos Pueblo tribes, performs a traditional duck. and dive dance at the Native American festival, which was held at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library today. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Navajo fry bread sizzles in a skillet at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Navajo fry bread sizzles in a skillet at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Sonny Elm, 12 of Washington, adjusts her headpiece before performing a dance at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Sonny Elm, 12 of Washington, adjusts her headpiece before performing a dance at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Beaded jewelry made by the St. Regis tribe of Canada was on display at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Beaded jewelry made by the St. Regis tribe of Canada was on display at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Inge Hyder of Columbia, left, looks at craft items made by E.J. Carter, right, of Washington DC and her granddaughter Sonny Elm, 12, right, at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Inge Hyder of Columbia, left, looks at craft items made by E.J. Carter, right, of Washington DC and her granddaughter Sonny Elm, 12, right, at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
A detail from an old style northern traditional regalia worn by a dancer at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
A detail from an old style northern traditional regalia worn by a dancer at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Sonny Elm, 12, left, stands with her grandmother E. J. Carter at their craft table at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. They are members of the Commanche, Oneida and Lakota tribes, and live in Washington DC. November 6, 2021
Sonny Elm, 12, left, stands with her grandmother E. J. Carter at their craft table at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. They are members of the Commanche, Oneida and Lakota tribes, and live in Washington DC. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Rezinnia Dez, left, of New Mexico, and Mary Finnigan, right of Glenelg make Navajo fry bread at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Rezinnia Dez, left, of New Mexico, and Mary Finnigan, right of Glenelg make Navajo fry bread at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
Native American Festival In Columbia
Angela Gladue, a member of the Frog Lake First Nation of Alberta, Canada, performs a Cree hoop dance at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021
Angela Gladue, a member of the Frog Lake First Nation of Alberta, Canada, performs a Cree hoop dance at the Native American festival at the East Columbia branch of the Howard County public library. November 6, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
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